Thursday, July 16, 2009

The craggy wobbegong irritated the forgiving lamster, or Key lime pie fudge.



So we had some key limes left over from when we made key lime pie. I made key lime salad dressing (vinegar-free for my vinegar-phobic husband), but still there were limes. I toyed with the idea of having the kids make me a key lime margarita, with some help from this:



But instead we decided on fudge (original recipe).

First we crushed the graham crackers:



Then we mixed together melted butter and sugar:



And stirred in the crushed graham crackers:



We spread the mixture evenly into a pan:



After baking for about 4 minutes, we let it cool and melted our white chocolate (Lindt) and sweetened condensed milk:



And then added key lime juice and zest:



After we poured the mixture over the graham cracker crust and let it chill for two hours, out came this:



And here are the boys eating 1/32 of it:





And I still have a few limes left over for my margarita.

To see more recipes, check out Kids in the Kitchen Thursday at A Little Fun With Me and Lu.

21 comments:

Claudia said...

This looks delicious! We will have to try it.

Christy said...

That sounds delicious.

Juliet Grossman said...

Of all the posts in all the blogs in the world, I had to stumble into this one....lol! Too delicious. It's still breakfast time but I swear I could eat that right now. Mmm. I am definitely making this!

Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest!!!

Funny in my mind said...

Happy Saturday Sharefest!
I hit the right blog because I adore key lime pie!!

Transparent Mama said...

Happy Saturday Sharefest
Looks mighty delicious!

Emma Hughes said...

looks lovely! and looks like the kids had fun! popping over from sits. hope you have a lovely weekend.

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Jen said...

What cute little helpers you have. Sharing the love...Happy Saturday Sharefest!

WhisperingWriter said...

Stopping by from SITs.

That sounds awesome. Yum!

Kimberly said...

Great idea, looks good!

Reviewer11 said...

I never tried Key Lime Pie. Is it sour?

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Robbie S. Redmon, LPC said...

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Yaya said...

That sounds so good!!!

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Dreamgirl said...

Yummy!

Dropping by from SITS wishing you a great Sunday!

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Robin said...

Oh I love it!....
:-)
.....and I love your blog design too.

Hey!....Congratulations on being number one this morning over on SITS!
Hope you and yours have a beautiful day today.

My Sweet Side said...

I love it, kids in the kitchen ! They always find pure joy in making their own recipes and then eating it. WTG on teaching your kiddos great kitchen skills.stopping by from sits

Tamara aka Cheapskate Mom said...

Oh fun stuff! I have three boys I am always looking for fun things to do with them! I'll follow your blog so you can do the searching for me, hehe

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MarcomMom said...

I love how poetic you are about food! My relationship with it is a bit more, um, dysfunctional.

Robbie S. Redmon, LPC said...

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JennyMac said...

adorable action photos!

Holly@MotherIsNotConcerned said...

Thanks, everyone! Reviewer11--not too sour; you can put more or less lime in it, depending on how you like it.

The Crazy Suburban Mom said...

Oh thats sounds wonderful...amazingly wonderful. lime is so summery.


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